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March 1st, 2008 #1
March 1st, 2008 #2
O if anyone knows of some good techniques on Improving visualization skills I am all ears!!.
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Wow i didn't expect many people to actually stop and look let alone reply especially so soon..awesome and thanks. here are some more from today.
Clochette: Sexual organs ?? considering they would eventually have clothes on i usually don't include em .. but it does make him look a bit more creepy . maybe i should loosen up and draw more doodle's it can never hurt
March 1st, 2008 #7
Nice! Do you draw with charcoal?
I'm confused if I've chocked you with my sexual organ idea! Haha! I think he is definitely more creepy with ... nothing!
I didn't understand that he had some clothes, forgive me!
March 1st, 2008 #8
I think you've picked it up amazingly well for only 2 years after starting from scratch.
Just remember to have fun with it.
You've got your whole life to draw, so no need to take it too seriously.
I like your attitude though, I've had a lot of problems with fear and procrastination(they're definitely intertwined) in the past as well. I think it's definitely good and important to let go and just do it, don't be afraid!
March 1st, 2008 #9
Clochette: Thanks again, nah just with a prismacolour pencil its hard to erase but since i never use a eraser that don't matter i like how easily it glides over the paper. And nope you haven't chocked me what ever that means? was just joking about the doodle drawing , i am just focusing on parts of anatomy that i struggle with and i don't consider much of the work i do in the future to contain many sexual organs but you never know?
Tad: Thanks mate , yea trust me i do have fun with it i don't do it for any other reason, if i come across very serious thats weird! must be the way i type because i am known for being anything but serious.
Fun this is what Draws me back to the paper every time and exactly just do it Is the way to go i used to be so focused on the finish line now days i just focus what can i achieve today rather then this is what i should be able today. Hopefully those dramas are behind me now and if there not i can notice them and have myself a cool method to get around them which is basically drop everything call some mates and go out have fun.
This sketch is what happens when i add one too many teaspoons of coffee to my cup and good song comes on, i end up enjoying myself too much and rush it. i really got slow down and draw lighter too.
March 1st, 2008 #10
You started two years ago and you've come this far already? Wow. Just wow. You're an inspiration, I say! Your art is fantastic. I see a good knowledge of the figure in all of these images. I hope you continue to post more. I love all of these works!
I'm a huge procrastinator and know how it feels. I hope I can overcome it someday because it's really putting a negative dent in my studies.
One thing I have to admit is that the drawings after your first one seem to have less fluidity in them than the first. I suggest loosening up a bit more when you sketch--don't be concerned about what it's going to turn out like, just draw! But hey, that's what I say to myself and my things still turn out horrible....
Great work! Keep it up!
March 2nd, 2008 #11
LigerNekoka: Thanks allot for the complement if i spent more time doing quality work over the 2 years rather then procrastinating i feel i would be allot further ahead but cant change the past.
Yea i love art work with allot of rhythm in it and its what i try to aim for but i do get really caught of with anatomy and such then I lose my original rhythm i started with, which sucks but i expect it will improve with more practice.
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